The Barlow Bridge Machine

The Barlow Bridge Machine

by D S Hodges


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If you could travel back in time, what could you do? How could you use it to win the war or stop it before it even started? Are there rules which have to be followed? If so, what are they? What happens if you break them?

Blaise Hall is a government facility hidden in plain sight outside Liverpool, England in a little village called Hightown. At the outbreak of World War II, two scientists are brought there to build a time machine, a Barlow Bridge time machine.

This is not an average time travel book. There is no handsome hero. There is a pretty mathematician, a Jewish assassin and B.B. Jones, our anti-hero. But it is war; how far would you go if you were pushed to breaking point?

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781535350754
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/28/2016
Series: Blaise Hall , #1
Pages: 410
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.84(d)

About the Author

D. S. Hodges lives in Cairns, Australia with his wife Angela. He is dyslexic and is owned by an old smoky grey and white cat. Or at least that's what the cat thinks. He has two children. The cat thinks it owns them too.
Over the course of his life he has worked at numerous jobs: testing telephone equipment, as a baker in the family business, as a computer programmer (a very short and unsuccessful period of his life), in technical support, lecturing, as a business analyst and finally a project manager. He now writes full time, slaving each day over an old, worn keyboard watching words appear on his computer screen. The cat sits on a chair next to him, sleeping. The cat is very good at sleeping.

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